Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And in an ecstasy he overwhelms me again with suffusing sobs and embraces.

And he falls on me, embraces me, and bathes my cheeks with his tears.

And Khalid, taking her up by the arm, embraces her and weeps, but says not a 149 word.

These are the offspring of their embraces, the crystallised dew of their love.

Then the thought of their first embraces brought him back to the narrow path.

Then came the end, there were embraces, a great noise of wheels, and waving of handkerchiefs.

Our love goes out to him and embraces him because he did not need it.

And suddenly, when the pain can be endured no more, He embraces the soul.

He could defend himself from neither her insults nor her embraces.

It rather brutalises, unless it becomes so great that it embraces all things.